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Ashes rivals could be taking names and numbers in historic Test move

Ashes rivals could be taking names and numbers in historic Test move

World cricket authorities are considering breaking with 142 years of tradition with Test players to wear shirts bearing their names and numbers on the back.

  • by Andrew Wu

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Afghanistan beats Ireland in historic Test
Afghanistan

Afghanistan beats Ireland in historic Test

Afghanistan have notched a historic maiden win in only their second Test match, defeating Ireland by seven wickets in a one-off Test on Monday.

Scars won't heal until we get full story behind ball-tampering scandal
Opinion
Opinion

Scars won't heal until we get full story behind ball-tampering scandal

Until fans hear plausible, full explanations, the Cape Town ball-tampering scandal will not properly be put to bed.

  • by Neil Breen
'Not very sensible': Dukes against MCC proposal for standardised balls
Test cricket

'Not very sensible': Dukes against MCC proposal for standardised balls

The idea would benefit them but cricket ball manufacturer Dukes is against the 'fundamentally flawed' idea of standardised balls being used for Tests.

  • by Andrew Wu
Warne calls for one brand of Test ball

Warne calls for one brand of Test ball

Shane Warne and a panel of free-thinkers want all Test cricket played with one brand of ball.

  • by Steve Larkin
World Cup return: Smith, Warner to miss Pakistan series
Cricket World Cup

World Cup return: Smith, Warner to miss Pakistan series

Steve Smith and David Warner won't return as soon as their bans expire on March 28, meaning their next games for Australia will be at the World Cup.

  • by Jon Pierik
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States to have greater input as CA splits high-performance role
Test cricket

States to have greater input as CA splits high-performance role

After much introspection following damning feedback, Cricket Australia has split the key high-performance role into two positions.

  • by Jon Pierik
Former stars linked to CA high-performance job
Test cricket

Former stars linked to CA high-performance job

Four months after Pat Howard's demise, Cricket Australia hopes to have a job description available for a new high-performance chief as early as this week.

  • by Jon Pierik
Ashes selection battle resumes when Vics, Tigers clash
The Ashes

Ashes selection battle resumes when Vics, Tigers clash

There will be plenty on the line when Victoria hosts Tasmania at the Junction Oval from Tuesday.

  • by Jon Pierik
Heavy rollers: When Kerry met Don

Heavy rollers: When Kerry met Don

New book gives a fascinating insight into a long-ago secret meeting between Don Bradman and Kerry Packer that ended the World Series Cricket split.

  • by Greg Baum
CA chairman Eddings wins support in year of re-election
Test cricket

CA chairman Eddings wins support in year of re-election

Cricket Victoria chief Andrew Ingleton says Earl Eddings has begun his tenure in charge well.

  • by Jon Pierik